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Mud Puddle Toys give kids in Marblehead a taste of the old days

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Mud Puddle Toys in Marblehead.

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A giraffe "guards" the door to Mud Puddle Toys.

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Mud Puddle Toys owner Kristen Pollard, left, and employee Jennifer Brooks test out the toy store's self-inflating whoopee cushions.

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Maggie Watt, 4, of Marblehead smiles as she makes her way through Mud Puddle Toiys.

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Toys line the shelves of Mud Puddle Toys.

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George Watt, 1, of Marblehead makes his way through Mud Puddle Toys.

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A rack of stuffed animal in Mud Puddle Toys.

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George Watt, 1, of Marblehead walks down from the upper floor of Mud Puddle Toys with two stuffed animals in hand.

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A vintage Corvette sits among the toy cars at Mud Puddle Toys.

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Kristen Pollard, the owner of Mud Puddle Toys, right, stands with one of her employees, Jennifer Brooks.

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A rubber T-Rex stands on the counter of Mud Puddle Toys.

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MARBLEHEAD — If you’re wondering if kids still play with toys, the answer is yes. The folks over at Mud Puddle Toys have proven it to be true. Not only…

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